Here are my three favourite podcasts that I listened to in October.
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What I’m listening to [August ’22]
At the end of every month, I share my favourite podcast series. This month, I’ve got four podcasts for you, I hope you like them!
Planet Hunters Coffee Chat: Accelerating people-powered exoplanet discovery
Last month, I presented the work I did with NASA’s Citizen Science Accelerator at a conference and I thought I’d share it with you here.
A roundup of all my NASA stories
A list of my favourite stories I worked on as an intern and contractor at NASA Ames.
The best podcasts of 2021
Here’s a roundup of my twelve favourite serialised podcasts from 2021.
Creating a narrative with ‘and, but & therefore’
The ABT technique is the quickest way to tell a story. Check out how I use it in my writing.
Why I don’t feel like celebrating this International Women’s Day
Physics has such a long way to go when it comes to equality, diversity and inclusion. I’ve just been feeling completely deflated.
Guesting on The Research Lounge podcast
Joseph Festa, a fellow Instagram scientist and PhD student, invited me on his podcast The Research Lounge. Listen on Spotify or Google Podcasts.
Recording my first NASA interview for StoryCorps
I’d been looking forward to working at NASA Ames all year but working remotely has been its own adventure! Here’s how I recorded my first interview with NASA oceanographer Dan Whitt.
Instagram inspiration: 21 STEM accounts to follow in 2021
If you’re thinking about starting a studygram or SciComm Instagram account, check out these accounts for inspiration.
The best podcasts of 2020
Here’s a roundup of my seven favourite podcasts from this year.
The Young Women’s Movement: 30 Under 30
I still can’t quite believe I’ve been included in the Young Women’s Movement’s 30 Under 30 list for 2020.
Podcast review: Kill Switch
Kill Switch, hosted by Felicia Anthonio, is a production of Access Now, Volume and the #KeepItOn Coalition. This 6-part podcast series documents a global threat to democracy; government-mediated internet shutdowns.
Book review: Nonscience Returns
Like its ridiculous subtitle, Brian J Ford’s Nonscience Returns is full of amusing contradictions.
Lockdown SciComm: Sam Langford’s Global Science Show
Last month, I caught up with freelance science communicator, Sam Langford. We talked about his latest project, the Global Science Show, a virtual science festival based entirely on social media.